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1.HOW HAS THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1894, COMPARED WITH THE PREVIOUS YEAR, AS FAR AS (1) THE NUMBER OF ACCESSIONS AND (2) THEIR SCIENTIFIC VALUE ARE CONCERNED.
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The number of accessions received during the year has been less than that received last year, the total being forty-four regular and ten temporary, while last year the total number was fifty-nine.

The accessions this year are of much ^[[more]] scientific value than those of last year.
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